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Soundtracks are made all the time that die horrible deaths – even soundtracks for popular movies.
Everyone wants to get into soundtracks. Everyone wants to do songs here and there. But, I think they want it for different reasons. I think I’m just tumbling through my life, enjoying playing with everybody.
But, yes, now I wouldn’t do some of those soundtracks the way I did them.
I go online, and I love watching heavy metal bands and guitar players play heavy metal versions of the ‘Zelda’ theme, and people do all the ‘Zelda’ music, which is one of my favorite soundtracks.
An upbeat song, for example, means one thing, but when you hear it with really vibey, mellow ambience around it, suddenly the same words may mean something else. Music is so powerful that way: It dictates and soundtracks our moods.
I have the soundtrack for ‘A Clockwork Orange,’ which is kind of cool. I guess I don’t really end up buying a lot of modern soundtracks. Another soundtrack I love is from a French movie called ‘Betty Blue.’ it has some really melancholy piano work.
From what I’ve heard, videogame soundtracks – obviously, there’s less budget and all of that – it just seems like game soundtracks are farmed out among friends. And it seems like more of an afterthought. It’s a videogame. It’s much more background.
Interview With a Vampire’ is one of my favorite movies of all time. ‘Queen of the Damned,’ not so much one of my favorite movies, but it’s one of the best soundtracks of all time.
Phones and soundtracks and Muzak and fountains replace genuine and unpredictable human contact with a seamless soundtrack from a bad movie and a cliche that makes us believe we must all be happy.
Some artists can work under one guise, whether it’s a name or a band or doing film soundtracks, put all of their ideas in one pot and move on. Me, I need to compartmentalize.
I like soundtracks. I love Hans Zimmer, the score for ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ is one of my favourites. I also like ‘Man of Steel,’ ‘Inception,’ ‘Interstellar,’ ‘Braveheart,’ ‘Transformers’ – Steve Jablonsky with ‘Arrival to Earth.’ ‘Schindler’s List’ too, that’s beautiful.
It’s important to show the new generation that soundtracks can be just as exciting as traditional albums if put in the hands of the right curator.
I love soundtracks to movies and am always touched by the music if it’s good. The music in some old Disney movies, like ‘Pinocchio,’ ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and ‘Peter Pan’ really gets to me.
I love to listen to lots of different genres of music, but mostly movie soundtracks and music theater.
I’ve always thought my soundtracks do pretty good, because they’re basically professional equivalents of a mix tape I’d make for you at home.
Before me, music soundtracks were sort of afterthoughts.
My favorite films, I would put my answering machine up to the television set and hit record. I’d tape my favorite movies and then I could go back and listen to them again. I only had the soundtrack, I didn’t have the visuals. But I think it made me really pay attention to the soundtracks.
I used to throw on soundtracks, and orchestral stuff would be the only thing I could write to, maybe ‘Dead Can Dance’ or ‘Cocteau Twins’ or something. Mostly, it was movies scores that would kind of inspire me.
Well lately I have listening to a lot of movie soundtracks.
I feel so proud of everything I have achieved and it is lovely that my soundtracks take people back to their first love or holiday.
There was a time – and I used to get made fun of a lot – that all I collected was soundtracks.
Leave a movie audience inspired, and they will want to ingrain that movie into their lives with the toys, branded food products, soundtracks, and clothing they buy.
People don’t realize enough how important and influentical John Carpenter has been in electronic music. He did his soundtracks by himself, using mostly electronic and analog synthesizers. He’s a cult figure with DJs these days for good reasons.
Music has always been an important part of the ‘Final Fantasy’ series. The popular role-playing games have typically featured catchy, eclectic soundtracks filled with beautiful orchestrated melodies.
The first two projects I did out of my dorm room were mock film soundtracks.
Wes Craven’s ‘Shocker’ is one of my favorite soundtracks. I don’t know where that movie stands in the critical eye of cinema, but it was a really fun movie because of all the bands that were part of it.
A few performances have been left out of the various Woodstock soundtracks and film edits over the years, most notably The Grateful Dead.
Being on United Artists was almost as bad as not being on any label at all. They were the crappiest in the business. All they did was movie soundtracks. Now, they were making an effort to become much hipper – signing people like Bobby Womack and what have you.
I remember being obsessed with ‘The Score’ by The Fugees. I used to listen to a lot of really melodic music with a lot of harmonies. The Beach Boys used to make me happy, and Simon and Garfunkel, and I used to listen to a lot of film soundtracks as well.
I’ve featured in some soundtracks in the past, and I would love to do more. I love great soundtracks to movies. Quentin Tarantino always picks amazing soundtracks, so I would like to do something for him or write a song for him.